papercrane

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  1. papercrane added a post in a topic Not interested in academic pursuits...   

    Oh, I see. So, is staying with CS is the most realistic prospect then? Working in IT definitely needs the knowledge of programming, so it's completely possible to find a job in IT. But, depending on the company, you might need to take extra courses for a certificate.
    Did you try looking through job offers and what requirements they have? I know many people who start working part-time while still studying, and try to figure out how they like a certain job.
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  2. papercrane added a post in a topic Not interested in academic pursuits...   

    Then does CS you have in your school include IT into its program? If it does, could you try transferring into a different school after finishing the first 1 or 2 years and you wouldn't have to re-enter, just pass the subject which you lacked (at least that's how it works in universities here in Ukraine, I have no idea if it's possible in your country)?
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  3. papercrane added a post in a topic Not interested in academic pursuits...   

    Then go for it. It's generally during studies/classes that you can see if something is interesting for you, like you saw with CS. So you should give a try to IT.
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  4. papercrane added a post in a topic Not interested in academic pursuits...   

    Which exact job do you like, or would like to have? From your post you seem undecided. You can make a lot of money as a programmer or as a psychologist, it just depends on what you would rather do (I mean, these aren't the only options, but you named them in your post. But of course, you could also consider other well-payed jobs like trade, interpreting, banking, etc).
    Until you make a decision on what exactly you want to pursue, you won't be able to start.
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  5. papercrane added a post in a topic Bubzbeauty / Lindy   

    At this point, I think it's just Lindy repeating his lies because she desperately wants to believe it...
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  6. papercrane added a post in a topic Venus' height (&weight)   

    3 inches is 7.6 cm - that's a huge difference, like between person who is 160 cm and another 167.8 cm.
    Venus never lied that much about her height - at different times (and interviews) she (and her mom) claimed her height from 165 to 170 cm.
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  7. papercrane added a post in a topic Taylor R General Discussion Thread   

    I don't think she mentioned it. Which makes me believe that maybe she won't do it this year. Though her vlogmas videos were what always brought more subscribers to her channel, so maybe she will do a minimized version of vlogmas, like weekly vlogs.
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  8. papercrane added a post in a topic what are your worst skincare sins?   

     Using a moisturizing cream in late autumn(because my thought process was "well, it's still not winter,it's still not 0 degrees Celsius or less, so it should be okay" - my skin got even drier and my rosacea exacerbated like crazy  
    For cysts that's actually necessary - they won't disappear by itself. But antiseptic/disinfecting is vital, so it's better to have a doctor do it.
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  9. papercrane added a post in a topic Bubzbeauty / Lindy   

    The answers were as bland as her book and as non-answer-y as possible. She is so optimistic and neutral and grateful and will love whichever gender her third child might be and Tim is not so bad(on that particular day, I guess - let's wait until the next passive-agressive instastory). She just kept spewing generic motivational quotes. 
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  10. papercrane added a post in a topic KotaKoti ( Dakota ) GENERAL thread   

    High forehead isn't receding hairline - she had it since childhood. Sure, it might start receding later in life but natural wide high foreheads exist and are actually common (and very often they are the butt of the joke, "fiveheads", etc). No need to belittle high foreheads as unnatural, people already dislike them as it is.
    Dakota also has bangs now, they look like normal thin bangs. Her ugly shooping is the only unnatural thing.

     
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  11. papercrane added a post in a topic mikan.mandarin   

    You might have not heard about Dakota Rose/Kotakoti - a great example of photoshopping videos to alter her facial features and look very different from what she looks like in real life (her earlier videos are an example of photoshopping into a beauty, her recent videos - into an alien baby fetus).
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  12. papercrane added a post in a topic Taylor R - Social Media Updates   

    The pose, angle, wide clothes and weird light/filter have a lot to do with the sickly look. Also take into account that Taylor always had skinnier legs and her body type is not curvy(hourglass or pear) even at higher weight, she is rectangle or maybe even apple (remember her school pics where she was chubby, it was mostly on top).
    She should really just dress better - sometimes she finds nice flattering outfits but often she just puts on whatever which doesn't suit her .
    I love those wedding dress pictures, now there she looks great.
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  13. papercrane added a post in a topic Margaret Palermo   

    I agree and it's honestly weird to read people here call her so ugly when Venus looks exactly like that (and probably reads here too, since it's the only forum that still discusses her and is milder than lolcow, so yeah, no wonder she shoops her pictures so freaking much) .
    When a person is horrible, there are better words to express to call her than "ugly".
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  14. papercrane added a post in a topic Jeffree Star   

    I think it's mostly because Jeffree and Jaclyn aren't Weeaboos/Koreaboos and aren't into Asian stuff in general. The threads on Gurugossiper reflect their horribleness much more than PULL .
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  15. papercrane added a post in a topic Taylor R - Social Media Updates   

    It IS thin looking - bleaching does that to hair, plus the colour doesn't help, it has no depth. Waves really help to liven it up. I think cutting a fringe/bangs instead of those shorter pieces would be beneficial as well.
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